The political interests of Theresa May and the man she sacked as Chancellor may align, for once.
A dozen police forces have passed files on up to 20 Conservative MPs' election campaigns to the CPS. Could the government's slim majority be at risk?
The answer will have bigger consequences than just the next MP.
If Downing Street agrees to hold it, Yes start as favourites. If Theresa May blocks a vote, the nationalists' big argument is only strengthened.
The senior DUP MP believes unionism is facing its "most serious and precarious position" since the 1980s.
Polling and membership figures show a fall in Corbyn's popularity – but suggest the Labour leader would still triumph among members.
What is the fake jobs scandal that has François Fillon, the centre-right French presidential candidate, on the slide?
Will Labour lose in Gerald Kaufman's old seat.
The Zombie Party is too weak to win and too strong to die.
The settled will among Jeremy Corbyn's critics that they need to keep quiet is unlikely to be disrupted by the result.
The party’s prospects are in question if it fails to win over the “Brexit capital” in Thursday's by-election.
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